Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The alder, Alnus glutinosa.
“You are here with us," saith Seth, puzzled at the boy's addressing him so familiarly; "but my name arn't Sam, leastways, not as I knows on.”
“If I don't loosen his hide my name arn't what it is," growled the old boatswain; and he moved on, going close by Sydney, who stood listening with heavily beating heart till Barney had gone right up to the back of the house.”
“I don't come and give the men a bit o 'my mind, my name arn't Jane”
“If I don't lay that there piece on to his back, and make him lie down and holloa, my name arn't Daygo. ”
“If he won't be able to write AB at the end of his name 'fore he's one-and-twenty my name arn't Barnaby Strake. ”
“To lie till I'm black in the face -- well, since you wish it; but, old chap, my name arn't Frank.”
“And all the fal-lals and di-does they l'arn 'em in high school now doesn't amount to a row of pins in practical life.”
“I can l'arn 'em easier, weedin '; take ten weeds to a word.”
“En Dave had hi'ed dis free boy fer ter l'arn 'im how ter read.”
“Shure, an 'arn't we close to the river, where it's mortial damp?”
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